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I did find several sites recommending setting up rain barrels.There are very strict laws regarding all other water sources.Several notes of caution: in some cases there may be good reasons for prohibiting rain water harvesting by individuals.This may not have anything to do with “government ownership of rain”, and everything to do with public safety.
I’ve checked these out to the best of my ability, and found most of them to be somewhat accurate.Waters of the state — all waters within the jurisdiction of this state, including all streams, lakes, ponds, impounding reservoirs, marshes, watercourses, waterways, wells, springs, and all other bodies or accumulations of water, surface and underground, natural or artificial, situated wholly or partly within or bordering the state; except lakes, ponds or other surface waters which are wholly landlocked and privately owned, and which are not regulated as waters of the United States under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.” Farther down in this same document on page 17: “III.Surface Water Diversions — All surface water diversions must meet the permitting requirements set forth in Section II., unless specifically exempted below. Exemptions – Surface water diversions meeting the following conditions shall not be subject to the permitting requirements of this chapter: 1.Update; June 1, 2015: Some new information on Nevada.Update; April 10, 2015: Its been over a year since the last post on this topic.
I’ve included links to the info used for each state below.